New Hoa Nguyen Poems at Glitter Pony!

Article contributor Hoa Nguyen’s poems are warm and wet and wriggly, like newborn puppies. “Rain Poem” begins “Stripes cover you in rain/We are grew and grey/A particular mood tooth / Kind of Day: Beans on Toast.” They often put together the most delicious sense impressions and then sort of drop back into diary entry mode to remind you that the person who has brought you this confection has to go check the dryer.

Everything looks good in Glitter Pony, actually. Glitter Pony is helping us all figure out how to read more poems on the Internet, in this case using Dixieland funeral style graphics. They also sell T-shirts on their associated site, A Mystery in Common. Looks like a pretty decent poem-supporting business model. Check it out.

Hoa Nguyen @ Article: Art and the Imaginative Promise

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